Federal judge rules EPA overstepped authority trying to regulate water as pollutant in Virginia

A federal judge has ruled that the Environmental Protection agency exceeded its authority by attempting to regulate stormwater runoff into a Fairfax County creek as a pollutant.

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Pro leagues file to stop New Jersey sports bettingComments Off

The four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA have filed a legal challenge to New Jersey’s latest attempt to offer legal sports gambling.

Stage production for 18-minute Obama speech cost $94,360Comments Off

The stage, drapes, and sound system for an 18-minute speech by President Barack Obama cost taxpayers nearly $100,000.

Afghanistan, US sign security agreementComments Off

Afghanistan and the United States signed a security pact on Tuesday to allow U.S. forces to remain in the country past the end of year, ending a year of uncertainty over the fate of foreign troops supporting Afghanis as they take over responsibility fo…

Obama, Modi to put upbeat face on US-India tiesComments Off

President Barack Obama and India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi are trying to put an optimistic face on the future of relations between India and the United States, amid lingering concerns that the close ties the two democracies once enjoyed have l…

Rise of ISIS takes center stage in NC Senate race, as Republican Tillis eyes game changeComments Off

North Carolina Republican Thom Tillis, after soundly defeating a pair of primary rivals this past spring, was supposed to be one of his party’s best hopes for flipping a Senate seat from blue to red in November. But despite his strong backing from party allies, incumbent Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan continues to enjoy a slight — yet consistent — advantage in the polls.

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